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malic

(mā′lĭk) (măl′ĭk) [L. malum, apple]
Pert. to apples.
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Malic left the shop but instead went to the police and came back with them,' Eleazar said.
Chemical leaching tests were conducted using analytical reagent grade citric, oxalic, malic and tartaric acid in concentration of 0.
Malic acid is gentler than other acids such as glycolic and salicylic acid that are used in beauty treatments.
Please help me keep her word to Zarko and Malic, and other people like them throughout the world, who still need us to finish the job and rid the planet of landmines.
Due to the presence of oxalic acid, gallic acid, malic acid, tannins, betulic acid and etc makes it capable as an antibacterial.
In his letter to Arab News, Malic said that his group believes in the Kingdom's peace initiatives and judicial rulings, especially on peace, security and justice, and its protection of the country and its people.
IFP's Non-PHO encapsulated ingredients include, but are not limited to, encapsulated minerals and acidulants such as salt, citric, fumaric, malic and tartaric acids, encapsulated nutraceuticals such as caffeine, and ascorbic acid and encapsulated sodium bicarbonate.
Maja Gratia Malic, BSP's Currency Issue and Integrity office head, said the Philippine peso bills are changed regularly for uniformity, to conform with new technology to put more integrity features.
The high acidity is a common link, but Chablis, made from Chardonnay, is much fuller, far more savoury and has a slight creaminess that develops with the transformation of its high level of tart malic acid into softer lactic acid.
Zaremba, Estafania Malic, Victor Rissatto, Lulu Gueron, Carlos Campos, Adriana Fari-Palko, Par Bostrom, Irena Hodgzic, Janette Wright, Scott Milton Brazee, Sarah Pratt, Syed Mohammad Bakar, Pei Shiuan Lin, Clara Oktarina, Sachin Karle, Kristy Anne Ligones, Andrea E.
The organic acid values (citric, tartaric, malic, succinic, lactic, fumaric and acetic acids) varied a lot in the cultivars.
In the wine industry, common tests such as acetic acid, ammonia, G+F, malic acid, NOPA and total sulfite can be run.